Nao looks as though he's doing his escapologist routine, I'm imagining dramatic piano music to build the tension!
The packages look fantabulous! (if that's a word... heck, even if it's not!)And ha ha ha! What she (Pea Pod) said!
: Dthe last two posts made me laugh so much,thank you!good luck with the house hunting...
Can we get an interview with Nao about his style, please? Thanks. (Love your blog, love your aesthetic vision, etc.)
All those packages remind me that Christmas is around the corner...ok, not really for me but I am judging by the stores which are chock full of Christmas decorations already! Great action shots of Nao doing his Houdini sweater escape act. I hope he got out!
I was reminded of Christmas also by this post, the lovely packaging I suspect ... I love that jacket too!
christmas reminder for me too...goodness you make me laugh for which I'm very grateful!
i wish i had ordered something, i love it. you should really do it more often, people can reuse it as (oh my god it really is near) christmas-wrapping!
That's so funny! How long did it take him to get unstuck?Don't you just love packages wrapped up with brown paper & string??!
your packages are chic and certainly put me and mine to shame! Nao getting in a fuddle reminds me of all the hideously embarrassing times i have got stuck in clothing in changing rooms and had to call for help, aaargh! the indignity...
Wives can be so cruel - and it's hilarious!
I like the wallpaper used as wrapping paper, very pretty!
thank you for my jacket...i loooove it! and my sis loves the 20's clutch i bought for her...thanks again!becca
Hi, I got my cushion cover the other day, thank you so much, its fabulous. It made my day when, arriving at the post office to pick up my parcel, it was tied up with string! So thank you for your brilliantly entertaining blog and for my wonderfully wrapped parcel.xx